Jonathan A. Foster
Jonathan Foster joined the litigation department as an associate in 2015. Prior to joining the firm, Jonathan was a law clerk for the Honorable Thomas C. Wheeler in the United States Court of Federal Claims in Washington, D.C.
At The George Washington University Law School, Jonathan was a member of the moot court and mock trial boards, and served as an articles editor for The George Washington Law Review. Jonathan graduated magna cum laude in 2014 and is a member of the Order of the Coif.
- Representation of a biotechnology company in a joint DOJ and SEC investigation into allegations of off-label promotion, securities fraud, and other related issues.
- Defense of two mutual fund advisers against claims of excessive fees, challenging the alleged differential between advisory and sub-advisory fees in the Western District of Washington and Central District of California, respectively.
- Representation of a medical products manufacturer in securities fraud lawsuits and government investigations alleging fraudulent marketing practices and False Claims Act liability.
- Representation of government contractor in internal investigation of potential security clearance violations.
- Representation of private equity firm in response to a third-party civil subpoena related to fraudulent banking practices.
- Conducted anti-corruption risk assessment in the private equity sector, resulting in the development and implementation of compliance programs and enhanced controls at the enterprise level.
- Wollschlaeger v. Governor of Florida: Appellate representation of national medical organizations and Florida physicians in widely followed First Amendment challenge to Florida law that prevents doctors from speaking freely with patients about gun safety.
- Service as pro bono counsel to a Vietnam veteran in his successful appeal before the U.S. Court of Appeals for Veterans Claims.
- Service as pro bono counsel for an asylum seeker from Ukraine.
- Co-Author, “Deciphering The Scope Of Competing Trade Secret Standards,” Law360 (April 4, 2017)